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NOW weighs in on ‘abuse of power’ case in St Vincent

By Colville Mounsey From Barbados Today At a time when the “Me Too” movement has brought worldwide attention to the plight of women who are sexually assaulted and harassed in the workplace, the plight of a Vincentian woman caught up…

ST. Kitts and Nevis introduces tax-free budget for three consecutive years, says Minister Brantley

From Government of St. Kitts and Nevis Basseterre, St. Kitts, December 08, 2017 (SKNIS): The over EC$700 million Appropriation (2018) Bill, 2017, which was introduced in the Federal Parliament for the upcoming fiscal year was described as tax-free and has…

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UNICEF Eastern Caribbean Humanitarian Situation Report, 18 October 2017

UNICEF From Relief Web Situation in Numbers 39,000 affected children in need of assistance in Hurricane Irma and Maria-affected countries 19,800 affected children in Dominica 2,900 people in shelters in Dominica 1070 children from Dominica and Barbuda estimated to be…

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Mottley appeals for greater regional integration

BY JEDIAEL CARTEL From Jamaica Observer The reality of an ocean can no longer separate us, Barbadian Opposition leader tells PNP conference Mia Mottley came to the opening night of the Opposition People’s National Party’s 79th annual conference in Kingston…

Five held by French authorities following cocaine seizure in Caribbean

From Jamaica Observer ST GEORGE’S, Grenada (CMC) – Five men are now in police custody awaiting trial following the seizure of 220 kilograms of cocaine from their boat that was intercepted off the coast of the French Caribbean island of…

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Petition to save Cayman Islands Equestrian Centre

The owners of the Equestrian Centre Cayman need your help In fact all our horses need your help. Amidst the recent crimes at the stables, we are fighting a battle with the Government over the expansion of the Linford Pierson…

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LIAT highlights illness trends

From Caribbean News Service ST JOHN’S, Antigua, Oct 26 2016 – A top official of regional airline LIAT has warned that the current level of sickness plaguing the Antigua-based carrier was simply “unsustainable for a commercial airline”. Acting Chief Executive…

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Apple: The European Union’s Pointless Tax Crusade

By Mark Hibben From Seeking Alpha Since the late ’80s, Apple and other US multinationals have used Irish tax law to shield overseas profits from taxation by the EU or the US. The European Union has declared the Irish tax…

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Grenadians likely to vote on constitutional reform in October

From Jamaica Observer ST GEORGE’s Grenada (CMC) — Grenadians are likely to vote in a referendum to change the island’s constitution in October, but the final decision lies with the Keith Mitchell administration, the Chairman of the Constitution Reform Advisory…

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Businessman freed of human trafficking in case involving J’cans

From Jamaica Observer KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (CMC) — A 61-year-old businessman has been freed of three counts of human trafficking after the prosecution withdrew the charges against him. Adrian Deane of Brighton, owner of Farmer’s Market Bakery & Snackette in…